Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
Information, attractions, events, and news of the federally recognized North Carolina tribe of Cherokee Indians.
Museum of the Cherokee Indian
“To perpetuate the history, culture, and stories of the Cherokee people.”
To accomplish this mission, the museum maintains a permanent exhibit, extensive artifact collection, archives, education programs, artist series, and a gift shop. The museum also publishes the Journal of Cherokee Studies.
Official Site of the Cherokee Nation
The official Web Site of the Cherokee Nation based in Tahlequah Oklahoma. Western Band of Cherokee are a federally recognized Native American tribe of Cherokee Indians.
Cherokee Heritage Trails
From the serene peaks of the Balsams to the muddy banks of the Little Tennessee River, Cherokee Heritage Trails wind through the southern Appalachians, telling the story of the Cherokee people, Ani-Kituhwa-gi, who once commanded all of the Southern Appalachians.
Trail of Tears National Park Service
Come on a journey to remember and commemorate the survival of the Cherokee people despite their forced removal from their homelands in the Southeastern United States in the 1830s.
Tennessee Historical Commission
State government agency for history and historic preservation.
Official site. Information about county government and links to other area websites.
Tennessee Overhill Heritage Association
Outdoor adventure, scenic drives through the Cherokee National Forest, heritage trails, arts & antiques, historic sites, and so much more…
America's largest underground lake, located in beautiful Sweetwater, Tennessee.
Site dedicated with providing everything you need to have a great trip in and around the Deal’s Gap region.
Fort Loudoun in the Overhill Country of the Cherokee.
East Tennessee Foundation
East Tennessee Foundation is a public, nonprofit, community foundation created by and for the people of East Tennessee, where many donors join together to make the region they love a better place, today and for future generations.